Partnering with The Youth Age Bracket is a transitional phase of life between childhood and adulthood,  which is the onset of youth. In general, though, early modern "youth" is best measured  in chronologically flexible terms of an individual's position in various groups, principally  relating to his or her immediate family, employer, and peers.  The desire for more privacy is a natural part of growing up. As young people get older,  they begin facing big challenges, like learning what kind of person they are, where they  fit in, and what they want to do in life.  As they grow up, they want to be trusted to do more things than they did when they  were younger. They also want to be thought of as mature, responsible, and independent.  Giving young people some space and privacy can work wonders for their development.  Not only do they feel trusted, but they also fee capable and confident.  Their brains also are rapidly developing as they gain new thinking skills and develop new  social interests. as a result, it is only natural that they would crave more privacy and space a  they work things out.  Most young people leave their homes at some point before marriage for greener pastures,  job hunt or domestic service positions, while few depart before the age of ten and some not  until their late teens, though by that time young people have reached their early twenties, some,  at least two-thirds and sometimes three-quarters of them had left their parents' homes.  Ostensibly the main purpose of leaving mostly is in search for a better living and sustainability .   The same expectations is held for the large number of young people who have never leave home  in the first place (particularly in the countryside) and who in the meantime work to contribute to  the family's income.
Bridging Developmental Disparities Among Young People
Reg. No. 031/E.29/1111/Vol.8/APPB
 National Youth Development Organization